The world of youth sports can be incredibly stressful. Long practices, hefty investments and increasingly selective teams can add up to parents pushing their kids to the brink. We speak with Rich Cohen, a hockey dad, about the modern pressures of the competitive sport and why some parents end up caring more about the sport than their own kid does.
- Rich Cohen, hockey dad, author of Pee Wees: Confessions of a Hockey Parent.
Links for more info:
- New York Times: What Fuels a Fanatical Sports Parent?
- Pure Hockey: Youth Hockey Levels, Explained
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